List of 10 Interesting Things to Do in Narok County
This is a list of 10 exciting things you can do in Narok County on your next visit in no particular order. Narok County is in the southwestern part of Kenya. Around 850,920 people live in the county’s 17 944 square kilometers of land.
10 exciting things to do in Narok County
1. Hot Air Balloon adventure in Maasai Mara National Reserve
Nothing beats flying high up in the skies over the Masai Mara for an authentic safari adventure. On the hot air balloon, you see the spectacular Maasai Mara landscape, immense savannahs, forests, rivers, and towering escarpments. Enjoy the magnificent wildlife of the Masai Mara from a hot-air balloon as the sun rises over the horizon. There’s nothing else quite like it; the scenery is stunning, and the whole affair makes for a once-in-a-lifetime memory.
2. Enjoy the Great Migration
Watch the spectacular wildebeest migration in Maasai Mara. The Masai Mara is a fantastic place to see the ‘Great Migration’ by air balloon if you plan your trip between July and October. There has never been anything like the annual migration of millions of animals, including wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles. One of the finest ways to appreciate the scale of the event is to ride in a hot air balloon above the herds.
3. Mount Suswa Conservancy
The double crater at Suswa is fascinating because it has a moat-like interior crater that encloses a slanted granite outcrop. On the northeast side of the outer crater, the mountain is distinguished by a network of caves formed by lava tubes. A primary motivation for founding the Mount Suswa Conservancy was the need to stop the widespread destruction of the mountain’s ecosystem and encourage responsible use of its resources.
4. Loita hills
The magnificent Loita hills are home to secluded woodlands, wide open plains, and many bird species. It’s a great place to go bird watching or on a hike.
5. Enonkishu Conservancy
Enonkishu Conservancy is a fantastic place to see wildlife in its natural habitat. The Mara River runs through the reserve, providing a habitat for various animals.
6. Explore Narok museum
The museum is in Narok town. Pictures, artifacts, and paintings depicting the Maasai and other Maa language speakers’ traditional way of life are on display.
7. Go for a game drive in the Mara Naboisho Conservancy
Next to the public Maasai Mara National Reserve lies the private Mara Naboisho Conservancy. It is home to various animals and birds, including elephants, giraffes, wildebeest, leopards, lions, aardvarks, caracals, cheetahs, and more. The 50,000-acre preserve is home to a wide variety of resorts and campgrounds.
8. Visit Mara Savannah Maasai Market
The Maasai market in the Mara Savannah is a great place to get authentic Maasai artwork, beaded jewelry, presents, and souvenirs, as well as to see the traditional Maasai culture.
9. Enonkishu Conservancy
It is located in the northern part of the Mara ecosystem. Enonkishu Conservancy offers a good experience for game-park viewing. The Mara River runs through the conservancy, providing a habitat for various animals.
10. Olare Orok Conservancy
The Olare Orok conservancy, which is 33,000 acres in size, is located south of the Maasai Mara National Reserve. It is home to several bird and animal species, including elephants, giraffes, antelopes, zebras, leopards, gazelles, cheetahs, and lions, and it has an amazing gorge (Ntiakitiak).